Orlando is home to these Guinness World Records
List includes big bobble heads and lots of sand
ORLANDO, Fla. –
There are some strange world record titles out there, and Orlando is home to a few of them.
To celebrate the Guinness World Records, which released its 2019 edition in late August, News 6 went in search of world record titles achieved right in our backyard.
- Oldest competitive rope skipper - The oldest competitive rope skipper is Susumu Fujii. She was 66 years and 323 days old when she competed in the World Jump Rope Championship in Orlando on July 6, 2017.
- Biggest indie video game convention - Roughly 7,500 Minecraft fans attended MineCon 2013 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando in November 2013.
- Most greeting cards collected in 24 hours - The most greetings cards collected in 24 hours is 3,144. The title was achieved by Visit Orlando in Orlando, Florida, on May 11, 2017.
Want more world records? Click here to read about the titles that made it into the hall of fame.
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